Friday, September 09, 2016

The False Sense of Security Weekly Link Round-Up

I love my husband dearly. I really do. But there is a list of things he does (or does not) do that can get on my last nerve at times. Usually when I'm tired, grumpy, and don't feel my best. As true as that is, there's something else that you can take to the bank: Denis has his own list of things I do (or don't do) that drives him around the twist. (He's English so I thought I'd throw in a bit of English slang.)

But something's going on here at Casa Kittling. Ceiling fans and lights are being turned off. Certain locks are being locked. Dishes are being put in the dishwasher. Is the man trying to lull me into a false sense of security? 

While I'm pondering this, I'll head out to the corral for those links you came here for!


►Books, Movies & Other Interesting Tidbits◄

►Channeling My Inner Indiana Jones◄

►The Happy Wanderer◄

►I ♥ Lists◄

That's all for this week! Don't forget to stop by next Friday when I'll be sharing a freshly selected batch of links for your surfing pleasure.

Have a great weekend, and read something fabulous!


  1. Hmm....I'd be suspicious, too, Cathy! ;-) - As for the links (for which, thanks as always), that stone structure on Orkney sounds irresistible. Must go check it out...

    1. We're two armchair archaeologists, aren't we? :-)

  2. Some of those literary prints are very nice. And I bet we could come up with a list of 100 books for grown-up ND fans. Right? LOL

    1. I don't think we'd have much trouble at all, Kay!

  3. Anywhere in Scotland is gorgeous; I must look at the links.

    In the sleuth list, I wonder why V.I. Warshawski isn't in it. She is a super-sleuth, my favorite anyway.

    I wonder if all U.S. women mystery readers got started with Nancy Drew, as I did.

    And about your domestic situation, it is suspicious. But then again marriage itself is mysterious, an abundance of compromises, adjustments to another person's habits and moods. Not easy. It's great that you both make it work.

    1. I read one Nancy Drew way back then and didn't like it. I really got started with the Hardy Boys.

      And as for marriage... if two people want the same thing, it's much easier to make it work.

  4. I read the Hardy Boys pre-Nancy Drew and I liked them, but once I found a girl detective, I glommed onto her books.

    As far as marriage, it's certainly true, but a lot of people who think they want the same things can't make it work. I say this from experience and have seen it in friends and families and someone leaves or all heck breaks loose and children are involved.


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